Ayurveda Effective Treatments to Cure Infertility

Causes of Infertility According to Ayurveda:

Infertility is often spoken in whispers. There is still a lot of stigma accompanying this increasingly common medical edition. Yes, infertility is a medical problem and requires medical intervention.

According to Ayurveda, infertility occurs when the reproductive tissue of a person or Shukra dhatu, remains deprived of nutrition. This can be caused due to poor digestion and due to certain toxins in the body. Some of the other causes of infertility According to Ayurveda are:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Insomnia
  • Spicy and salty
  • Foods

Ayurveda treatment for Infertility:

Ayurveda takes a holistic view of health and treats the body as a whole instead of an individual illness. Once you visit a good ayurveda doctor, you will be asked to ask many questions before you diagnose. Once the doctor is sure of what afflicts your body, you will be ready to treat yourself!

The main goal of Ayurveda treatment for infertility is to ensure the proper transformation of food into nutrients that can be moved to the ‘dhatu shukra’. Some of the treatments used for infertility in Ayurveda are:


In swedanam the person is made to perspire for getting rid of impurities through sweat glands. This therapy is very helpful in curing vata dosh and can be done either by external application of heat or through a heat chamber with medicated steam.

Ayurveda practitioners use this method to induce sweating in patients suffering from infertility with the aid of heavy blankets or exercises. This is done to remove toxins from the body.


Here the vitiated dishes (or waste products) are treated through upper gastro-intestinal track. Also known as therapeutic vomiting it helps to clean Kappa, undigested food and Pitta. Emetic nut, liquorices and sweet flag are use in vamanam.

This Ayurveda therapy is somewhat uncomfortable, but ultimately, detoxification induces vomiting to rid body of undigested food.

Banyan Tree Bark

Many Ayurveda doctors prescribe the use of dry fig tree bark powder mixed with sugar to treat infertility problems.

Ashwagandha Churna Y Kapikacchu

Both drugs are known to increase sperm count and also improve their quality.

Guduchi, Gokshura, and Triphala Churna:

These medications are used to clean blockages in the body, which prevents the production of dhatu shukra.


This is only Women’s Medicine, which is used to treat female infertility in Ayurveda.

Ayurvedic medicines for infertility

Kashayams, Arishtams and Lehyams are commonly prescribed for infertility. These oral medications are extracted from pure medicinal herbs, leaves and spices.

Ingredients included in preparations of ayurvedic medicine of infertility include:

  • guggulu, cumin (to purify urinary tract in men and uterus in women)
  • Turmeric (facilitate interaction between hormones and the target tissues)
  • Sesame seeds
  • Piper longum
  • fenugreek
  • sarsaparilla
  • Black cumin

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